According to the Chicago Bulls Encyclopedia, team owner Richard Klein was brainstorming nicknames for his new franchise in 1966 and wanted a name that portrayed Chicago’s status as the meat capital of the world. Another theory is that Klein admired the strength and toughness of bulls. Klein was considering Matadors and Toreadors when his young son exclaimed, “Dad, that’s a bunch of bull!” The rest is somewhat dubious history.

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DeMar DeRozan becomes the 50th player in NBA history to score 20,000 points in Chicago Bulls’ 129-124 loss

With a signature midrange jumper, Chicago Bulls forward DeMar DeRozan on Friday joined an elite group of NBA players in the first quarter against the Spurs in San Antonio. The performance still pla… I need to read more from this story

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6 takeaways from the Chicago Bulls’ loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, including another slow start and Joel Embiid’s perfect record

The Chicago Bulls lost 114-109 to the Philadelphia 76 ers on Saturday despite coming back from a 19- point deficit. While the Bulls have been able to pull off some massive comebacks this season, co… I need to read more from this story